The U.S. Navy may be struggling to get its signature carrier-launched surveillance and strike unmanned-aircraft  program off the ground, but it has more than one autonomous card in its maritime deck. From long-endurance air vehicles flying from warships and swarming small UAVs overwhelming adversaries, to long-duration unmanned undersea and surface vessels, the Office of Naval Research (ONR) is pushing to prepare autonomous technologies for the fleet. The Low-Cost UAV Swarming ...

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